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Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 8:00pm EDT
, this is an exodus happening three or four hours from now. 800 foreign nationals evacuated by the u.n., and all of their embassies. 7am, 8am. they'll meet at the crossing, which is the main crossing between gaza and israel. i spoke to some of them. some are ashamed to be leaving. they want to stay. they don't feel it's safe. some are fleeing. they are fearful of what is happening and want to get out as quickly as they can. >> you can understand why. thank you. nick mentioned the u.n. the u.n. security council drafted a statement on the conflict between the israelis and palestinians. it was adopted earlier. diplomatic editor james bays reports from the united nations. >> reporter: it took three days of tough negotiations not to come up with a legally binding resolution, but a statement. the u.s. objected to the wording suggested. in the end these were the words read out by the president of the security council. >> the security council members called for deescalation of the situation, restoration of calm and reinstitution of the 2012 ceasefire. the security council members further called for res
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
. i'm jim axelrod. the u.n. security council is now calling for a ceasefire between israel and hamas as it's conflict in the middle east intensified on this its fifth day. 17 more people were killed today by israeli airstrikes in gaza. that makes at least 125 who died since the bombing started tuesday. today israel also shelled positions in lebanon. the rocket fire from hamas into israel has been stronger than expected, but so far no israelis have died. today the israeli defense forces warn people who live close to hamas locations in the northern part of the gaza strip to evacuate. and israel prime minister benjamin netanyahu said he will not rule out a ground invasion. cbs news correspondent holly williams is in gaza and has a vivid look at what the shelling sounds and feels like that. >> reporter: it's pounding the gaza strip for the fifth night in a row. with more than 1,000 air strikes, it's destroyed terrorist weaponry and command centers, but in reality, many of the targets are it's homes of militants. and civilians have become collateral damage. officials here say two disabled
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
to be here. >> well, it is my 17th birthday, and last year when i celebrated it, it was in the u.n., but this year, i thought it would be good that i go to nigeria, where girls are suffering and they need someone to raise up their voice. and they love education. and i need to support them. >> reporter: on monday, malala hopes to meet with the nigerian president, goodluck jonathan, for the very latest on rescue efforts. i will sit down exclusivelwith malala to talk more about the increasingly desperate situation of those missing young women. she wants to put the spotlight back on those who she calls her sisters, who still need the world's help to bring them home. cecilia? >> an important message. amy robach, thank you. we are looking forward to your report, monday on "good morning america." >>> and we return back here now to the west, where crews are fighting wildfires in several states, and battling the heat, as well. in northern california, an army of firefighters is battling a raging fire that is threatening dozens of homes. and in washington state, just look at that smoke. 34 sq
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:30pm EDT
of fighting, more than 150 palestinians dead, 1,000 wounded, 12 israelis wounded, the u.n. security council today called for an end to the fighting. everyone wants to stop the ground invasion and the carnage it would bring. the u.n. security council, the european union, the arab league. hamas has all but said they will listen but they won't stop fighting yet. >> martin research inner in tel aviv. with no end in sight, the human toll is steadily rising in gaza. >> reporter: good evening. as it does every time around this time, it is an eerie silence that falls upon gaza. ambulances out in the streets. we're hearing the sounds of fighter jets and drones. a short while ago the israeli navy shelled the harbor to my right. there was an air strike that tried to kill the police chief. it didn't. it killed 18, many from the same family but only the there is outrage over what might have been the deliberate targeting of a home for people with disabilities. in the daylight, the aftermath of israel's overnight air strike becomes visible. it is unclear why israel may have targeted this shelter for peopl
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
. perhaps a major looming question: is there any possibility of a ceasefire? >> yeah. the u.n. security counsel was talking about it earlier today, releasing statements, not necessarily resolution but a statement calling on a ceasefire, calling for the return to the ceasefire that we had up until a few weeks ago, but tonight, clearly, the violence really putting that on hold, officials here saying that hamas might be open to continue to discuss a ceasefire but nothing official is coming out of that and officially from the israeli side, they are not interested in the ceasefire and in their words, they are only interested in eliminating, quote action once and for all the capacity of militant groups here to fire rockets into israel. >> i know you will be monitoring the situation very closely for us. nick schifrin in gaza. security norsz lebanon confirmed one rocket was fired into israel. it's reported to have hit the time of nahari. israel retaliated with art i willery fire. earlier today, an airstrike targeted a medical september for the disabled. three patients were killed as well as a n
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 3:00pm PDT
they say was hiding an arsenal of weapons belonging to the terror groups. prompting the u.n. city council today to call for a cease fire. john huddy has the latest. >> reporter: arthel, right now there is an erie silence, really the only thing you hear is as i said earlier, the him of the drones circling above. every now and again, the rumbling of a fighter jet in the distance. there is no dogs barking or people walking on the street enjoying the ocean breeze. it is an eerie quiet. we hear that. we don't see any lights. there is a silence and then the impact of another air strike. it happened earlier this evening as i talked about. the jet roaring in, the missile hissing, bearing down and then the ferocious impact, the concussion shaking the building we're in and we're in a large business. the last air strike must have come within 100 yards of the location here. presumably the target, a hamas rocket launch site, as we've seen a barrage of rockets launch from this area, the target israel including tel aviv. tonight we've also seen artillery fire from the coast and last night we saw the art
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
their homes for their own safety and today u.n. security council issued a renewed call for a cease-fire in the conflict. >>> united airlines flight had to make an emergency landing on a remote island in the middle of the pacific. flight 201 a boeing 77 had to land about halfway through a flight from hawaii to qualm on thursday. passengers and crew reported smoke and burning smell in the cabin. the pilot made that decision to land at an old military base on mid waste island. replacement aircraft was sent to midway to bring those passengers back to hawaii, special flight was then arranged to bring those flights to the final destination in qualm. >>> philadelphia, is turning purple for one of the largest african-american greek fraternities in the country. 25,000 members of the omega phi are in philadelphia for the grand conclave. they hosted a health and career fair at pennsylvania convention certainty. if you are in town you will see lots of purple and gold, fraternity colors until the convention wraps up on july 16th. >>> and women in center city received a little lesson on self-d
NBC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
toll to 135. in response hamas launched rockets at tel aviv but they were intercepted. the u.n. security council is calling for a cease-fire. >>> city of maryland is now in the middle of a national border crisis. hundreds of immigrant children could soon be headed to carroll county and local leaders there are not happy about it. congressman andy harris has promised to block a plan to move the kids to a vacant army building. using that building as a shelter could pose a danger to the community. since october more than 57,000 children from central america have crossed the u.s. border. they have overwhelmed federal facilities and officials are running out of room to hold them. president obama said the situation is a humanitarian crisis. >>> four candidates are now in the running to become d.c.'s first elected attorney general. edward smitii smith is the third generation washingtonian. he launched his campaign today from his grandmother's house on rhode island avenue. he grew up in congress heights. the mayor used to appoint the city's top lawyer but residents voted to make it an e
CBS
Jul 12, 2014 6:00pm EDT
against the militants. tonight the u.n. security council is calling for a cease fire expressing serious concerns for civilians on both sides. we have reports from israel. >> reporter: these demonstrators had their protest for peace interrupted by air raid sirens saturday night. the sirens wailed as rockets saled over head, only to be intercepted by israel's iron dome system. >> this protesters are in a minority here, but they say they'll keep demonstrating until their government stops what they call, a massacre. >> they issued a televised wag rninthreatening an attack. they made good on their promise. >> israel stopped missiles over jerusalem earlier in the day, still the sound of sirens sent people going for cover. they claimed militants were hiding rockets there. palestinians say their death toll is above 135 with more than 900 injured. the international community is calling for peace. >> security council members called for de-escalation offs situation, restoration and institution of the cease fire. >> but the fighting shows no signing of stopping. they warned militants of militants -
LINKTV
Jul 12, 2014 2:30pm PDT
>> live from berlin. coming up on this program. the u.n. calls from an immediate and to our area in oslo. korean warplanes found position as war refugees do the fighting. a soccer team arrives in rio ahead of the world cup. the world is imploring israel and hamas to end hostility as missiles pound gaza for the fifth straight day. the death toll now stands at 135 , mainly civilians, dozens women and children. there were no israelis killed. this has stopped the life of loss here in the campaign solves i asked that targeted militants. >> the israeli military has struck the target. the attacks have also hit civilians. when this was destroyed. several children were also injured. >> these were the targets, children's toys. more thanns thought 125 people have been killed, more than half civilians eared .he israel there placing the rocket launchers as close as possible to homes. in the had embedded this civilian population. >> setting up the infrastructure. in school, mosques, in the hamas of urban areas. continues firing rockets. dozens were launched on saturday. askedited nations has r
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm PDT
important. the united nations agrees and u.n. and other groups say people flee hadding nor infleeing nort u.s. should be treated as refugees it's an important distinction because it allows an undocumented person to seek asylum and get a new life in the u.s. immigrant status on the other hand typically means deportation. let's bring in lindsay jenkins with the u.n. refugee agency and also with us our own rosa flores. lindsay, why is it so important to see this as a refugee crisis versus an immigration crisis? >> thank you very much, miguel. as unhcr, as the u.n. refugee agency it's our job to work with governments from around the world to identify and protect those who are fleeing for their lives and their freedoms. the situation of central american children fleeing north, fleeing south, fleeing their countries of origin is a very critical one to under astand an respond to and provide protection in. many of these children we've interviewed them, many of these children are fleeing violence, are fleeing all the circumstances that your program has highlighted so far. some of them are not. and w
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 1:30pm PDT
safety. this as israeli air strikes blast gaza in an attempt to destroy hamas. the u.n. security council calling for a cease fire on the gaza strip as the death toll passes 135. welcome to "america's news headquarters". despite calls for the cease fire israel is massing troops in preparation for a possible ground invasion. hours after the air force struck a mosque they say was hiding weapons belonging to hamas. john huddy has the latest. >> reporter: israel's defense forces are urging people to evacuate homes saying the air strikes and artillery strikes upon hamas targets will only increase. over the last 15 minutes there was another heavy air strike in close proximity to our location, one of three now within the past hour. you can hear the f-16 roaring in and the missile when it hits the impact is so strong it shakes the building. the concussion so strong it kind of almost knocks you off your feet. this is one of many air strikes over the past since all of this started on monday. and these strikes in particular in this location i can tell you this there have been rockets launched from t
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 4:00pm EDT
the largest group set to leave through the red cross starting tomorrow. only one 60 people are left when the u.n.s sponsored amid tensions in 12. they left one 60 people. meanwhile, a security council statement on the conflict was adopted earlier today. al jazeera editor james bays has more. >> it took three days of extremely tough negotiation not to come up with a legally binding resolution but simply with a statement the u.s. had objected to the wording that had been suggests. in the end, these were the words that were read out by the president of the security council. >> the security council members called for deescalation of the situation, restoration of calm and and reinstitution of november 2012 cease-fire. the security counsel members further called for respect for international humanitarian law interviewing the protection of civilians. the security council members also expressed their support for the resumption of direct negotiations between the israelis and palestinians with an aim of achieving a comprehensive peace settlement based on the solution. >> arab ambassadors wanted something
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 12:00pm PDT
aaron, to andrew young who was one of dr. king's right hand men and future u.n. ambassador and they both live here in atlanta. one other quick aspect here, while in milwaukee hank befriended a person by the name of bud selig. bud selig later went on to become commissioner of baseball in the early 1990s, he's still the commissioner of baseball. and i want to tell you something, miguel, hank aaron has whispered more than a few things into bud's ear about civil rights and african-americans in baseball. >> it's amazing, you have this entire history, this whole little piece of americana right there in front of you, incredible. stick around. next we want to talk about his chase for babe ruth's home run record, the pressures and even death threats that came with it coming right up. >>> now, we're back with cnn.com's sport contributor terence moore an all-around lucky guy and conversational with hank aaron. the second part of your interview you asked him about his pursuit of baseball's home-run record and what it felt like to hit that historic home run. >> yeah. and do you know what, he got very
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 2:00pm EDT
intercepting missiles above, rockets above the skies of the--the streets rather, of tel aviv. >>> now the u.n. supreme court statement calling for a cease-fire. as our diplomatic editor explains the statement was not as stuff as arab nations wanted. >> it took three days of extre extremely tough negotiation not to come up with a legally binding resolution, but simply with a statement. there was objection to the words suggested. in the end these are the words reed out by the president of the security council. >> security council members called for de-escalation of the situation the social security members called for residential areprotection of civilians. >> they had wanted something tougher than that. they at one county came up with a draft resolution that called for an immediate, durable and fully respected cease-fire. they said that this statement had taken too long. >> this position calls for an end against aggression against our people. more than 1,000 injured. more than 130 palestinians, most of them civilians, they say 78% of the number killed are civilians. >> meanwhile, diplomacy cont
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 11:00am PDT
, and they are here illegally, despite how they got here and what they were fleeing. the u.n. has chimed in on this saying the kids should be treated as refugees. a lot of the kids here will end up trying to seek asylum. so this is a key point that maybe is not getting enough attention. are young children who are fleeing possibly gang violence or extreme poverty, is that in your opinion enough to qualify them for asylum status or refugee status, which means they would be fleeing persecution in their home countries? is that enough, extreme violence or extreme poverty? >> first of all, t.j., thank you so very much for recognizing the united nations, which we are a member. the united nations has declared this, that these children have international protection. i think what is important to note is that the law that we have that has been so misused by our friends on the other side of the aisle, the republicans, is a law passed under president bush, but more importantly, it is a law that puts the children in deportation. so what secretary johnson said, he's speaking the law. but what it does d
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am PDT
to work out a plan with u.n. to work out voter fraud. >>> and trump plaza is to close. >>> and lebron james is returning home to cleveland, saying he was signing with the cavaliers because his relationship with northeast ohio is bigger than basketball. mean while, this paper treating it like a regular transaction. >>> and the white house wants $3.7 billion to process the thousands of immigrants flooding in to the border. many say a blank check is not the answer, but the white house says it's open to suggestionsep. thank you for joining us. just putting it out here, is there a solution with the president and congress? >> i do think they'll come to an agreement. this is something where both parties agree that there is a crisis. i think the devil is in the detail. rick perry said that we should just send the national guard. and john boehner in particular said to get it done quickly before congress goes out for recess. >> and there's a clear need to act. $3.7 dbillion, that's a lot of money. tyler, do you they they'll act soon? >> if you have a boat that's leaking, you start to bail w
LINKTV
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am PDT
a youth orchestra puts garbage to use. recent u.n. projections that sea levels will rise faster than previously thought due to global warming have sent alarm bells ringing in many regions. low-lying cities and islands are most at risk. among them, the pacific island nation of kiribati, east of australia. if water levels rise at the pace forecast, this spectacular island country would be one of the first to get submerged and disappear from the face of the earth. as the international community struggles to find consensus on how to deal with global warming, the islanders are taking steps to raise awareness on the issue of climate change at home. approach the international date line over the pacific. we see a crescent-shaped sliver of an island in the vast ocean. we're headed for the island nation of kiribati. tarawa, the main atoll. but this south sea paradise is now under threat from climate change. >> it is very thin, it's low lying, so you can see the sea around the land. and with sea level rising kiribati might disappear in the near future. >> the situation could get critical after
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 12:00pm EDT
're waiting to hear more from the u.n. security council on a draft statement. james bays, our diplomatic edi editor. >> what is a draft statement, and i believe it is a statement from the security council. it is not legally binding but it is still the word of the security council on the situation in gaza. it has taken the best part of three days to come up with this wording. and at one point the arab ambassadors walked away and said if you're not going to agree to a statement we'll draw up our own resolution. if you don't like it--they were talking to the u.s.--you can discuss it. they have managed to agree on a form of words. i'm told by arab diplomats that it's not as strong as they would like, but it does call for de-escalation of the situation, and reininstitution of the november 2012 cease-fire. there will be a statement by the ambassador of rwanda, who holds the presidency this month. but that's not the only thing going on, kamal. we're not getting totally clear reports, but we understand there are a number of initiatives that are taking place. we'll talk about them in a moment after w
CSPAN
Jul 12, 2014 12:00pm EDT
and others wrote in their memoirs from this meeting and and the u.n. ambassador rice for example, has a long discussion of what the meeting was like. it turns out he was in new york at the time. it tells us something about memory. it was really unfair to me that other people could quote it and we couldn't. if you can't have a quote, that doesn't seem good. we finally got it. wasi can tell you is, boy, that classified for a reason. i can go into great detail, which i won't now, about the truly horrific things that are said about american allies at this moment of great crisis. it is probably good that the not go without first. that mystery was solved. there was another part to your question. andy, please. >> vis a vis president bush's capacity, what war did he want to be engaged in? he is really not someone who likes war. no. cold war or hot war. that his makeup, partly because he went to war as a teenager, gee, this is not good, cold or hot. he was not a warrior president at all. i don't think that he was relishing jimmy carter's role. i wish i could have been there for that. i think he was a
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am PDT
this statement from the u.n. carry any weight? >> i think the u.n. -- the statement does carry a lot of weight. certainly israel has already said they would like the fighting to stop. they're calling for calm. also indicated now they're interested in talking about it and there's more diplomatic speed building up. tomorrow in europe, the british, the french, the germans, the americans, are going to be meeting to talk about coming up with a truce proposal. on monday, the arab league is supposed to be meeting for the same reason. so this here, the call by the u.n. security council of course is the biggest call that could be made. however, the israeli prime minister netanyahu has already said that israel will not stop firing -- fighting rockets on gaza until the rockets stop coming from gaza. there have been about 50 rockets from gaza fired at israeli targets. today, israel's continued its air raid attacks against gaza. at least five people killed in gaza. by the way, in addition to those five, two nephews of the former palestinian prime minister, they were killed on their way back from the mosque
CNN
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
. so, this week, the iraqi government told the u.n. that isis had seized nuclear material in mosul. u.s. officials say it's just a small amount of uranium and it's not weapons grade. but iraqi officials still are very worried. colonel, how concern iing is ito you that militants may have their hands on some sort of nuclear material? >> well, it's always a concern when somebody gets their hands on anything radio active. all they probably could do is try to manufacture a dirty bomb. but you know, that's kind of far removed from what they're doing now. i think there are bigger threats posed by isis, so i don't think that this is really on anybody's radar right now, but it's something down the road we're going to have to address and that a terrible has to be accounted for. >> and we also learned this week that the pentagon is deciding under what circumstances it would recommend a drone strike to kill perhaps the leader of isis, factors of intelligence, showing his location and that no civilians would be hurt. would this be the right step? would it be a safe step for the u.s. to get involve
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 10:00am EDT
authority. >> well, in that context, the u.n. high commissioner of human rights said on friday that it may violate international laws of targeting civilians. you bring up the position that it's hamas' fault that it's embed ding rocket launchers among the civilians? >> well, it's clear. we saw today they came out acknowledgin acknowledging that israel has made thousands of phone calls to civilians, telling them when and where we're going to target, and asking them to move out of the way. in the same statement the hamas minister of interior instructed and demanded their public to ignore their warnings and stay in their homes. now i don't know what pictures you're showing on the screen, but we've had in the last four days a thousand strikes, and 100 people including tragically, including civilians who have been killed. but if you look at that, it becomes clear that in a thousand strikes with 100 killed, israel is making every possible effort to avoid civilian casualties. we're working very hard at that. it's a difficult situation, but it doesn't mean that we can accept their discriminately fi
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am PDT
of central american children to the united states. it's what has prompted the u.n. to push the tous recognize the children -- u.s. to recognize the children as we recognize in others in search of security in a foreign land as refugees. the u.n.'s designation would have no legal weight in the united states, but the organization is hoping it would pressure the u.s. into a course correction at home that toward that fundamental principle on which our country has long led abroad, if you come fleeing persecution, we will honor our moral obligation not to send you back. joining me today at the table, megan mcken in a, communications and advocacy director for k.i.n.d. the leading organization for the protection of unaccompanied children who enter the u.s. immigration system alone. and juan who is president and general council for the organization be no justice. joining us from san diego is lindsey jenkins, protection officer for the united nations high commissioner for refugees. nice to have you that is all morning. >> thank you, melissa. >> lindsey, what is the official definition of refugee in term
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am EDT
be captured, including all the houthi. they should be put on the list of terror organizations. >> the u.n. security council demand that the houthi involved in violence withdraw and relinquish control of amram. >> the houthi problem in yemen goes back almost two decades. they also claim the right for yemen. half a dozen wars made the houthi one of the most troublesome groups in yemen, which face two other threats. a separatist movement in the south and issues in other parts 6 of the country. >> we're going to look at brazil. who are you rooting for in the final? >> i think i'll root for germa germany. >> meteorologist: we have an indication there is no major problems at the moment. the last system we have in the oh shout, it is clearing the way and for many of us it is fine and dry. that's the way it's going to stay as we head through the evening as well. the maximum temperature in brasilia 25 degrees, of course kick off is later on in the day so it will have cooled off a little bit, 21 degrees, but no problems with the weather at all. as for the all-important match tomorrow there has been
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 9:00am EDT
and homes. 127 are dead and hundreds more are injured. a u.n. resolution is not official calls for a cease fire. >>> a strong earthquake rattled japan striking off the coast of the crippled plants, fukushima, it created a small tsunami and no damage is reported in march of 2011, a powerful quake led to the disaster and the reactors. they ordered their plant workers to move to higher ground. >>> back home many kids are not thinking about school as they enjoy their summer vacation, several groups are joining forces to give families what they need for the upcoming school year. malcolm jenkins and his fraternity, along with feed the children hosted the get ready fest in philadelphia. some 800 families got supplies of nutritious food and coats and shoes. so the children only have to focus on their school work. >> there are people that need, they are unemployed or need the extra food. >> know that it doesn't take too much resources, it's something we can do fairly quickly with just the help of a few partners, knock it out and it came together fast and people jumped on board to help us. >> each f
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am EDT
. the u.n. security council drafted a statement on gaza. it will be adopted by the security council if no documents raise objection. the draft calls to a deescalation and a reinstitution of the 2012 ceasefire and asks for respect for humanitarian law and application of civilians. it expresses direction of support. the security council document is a statement, it's not legally binding. the u.s. continues to stand by israel. on friday, the secretary of defense spoke with the defence minister. the u.s. contems the rocket fire and reiterates the u.s. supports israel's right to defend itself, it expresses concern and urges both seeds to restore calm. the leaders work together. coming up at the half hour, we speak to a former member of binyamin netanyahu. ukraine's president vows to find and destroy pro-russian rebels who killed 23 soldiers in a missile attack. nearly 100 rebels were injured. meanwhile they demolished the bridge. this is one of a series of controlled explosions in eastern ukraine, the rebels are trying to delay ground offensives by the ukranian army. >> kurdish security
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 4:00am PDT
stkphrets you bring up the civilian population. the u.n. high commissioner said yesterday she has serious doubts whether they are operating at sprpbl law. the majority of those who have been killed are civilians. any word on that from prime minister netanyahu? >> not to that particular acquisition. but it has to be said the human rights is among the most anti-israel organizations on the planet. and most things they say are met with complete cynicism. having said that, it is true one quarter to one-third of the -- about 40% of the dead in gaza, according to the palestinians in gaza, are civilians, women, children, old and young. and the israelis say, you know, that's terrible. but the problem is they have all of the hamas military installations are inside the city. the israelis say we use our rockets to protect our people. but palestinians use their people to protect their rockets. and that's the dilemma. >> martin fletcher, thank you so much. >>> the growing crisis along the u.s. border, jeh johnson spent the day touring a new mexico facility used as temporary housing used for hundreds of
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
's overwhelmingly civilians that are being impacted by the air strikes. >> let's leave it there. the u.n.'s human rights chief is concerned israel could be breaking international rules of law. we have received deeply disturbing reports that many of the civilian casualties including children occurred as a result of strikes on homes. such reports raise doubts about whether the israeli strikes have been in accordance with international humanitarian law and international human rights law. a statement is currently circulating with the united nation, a silence procedure causing for a deescalation. israel is showing little sign of demill tarizing. tanks and troops are massing on the border ready for a potential ground assault. let's speak to bernard smith. there has been limited rehabilitation to what is going on. where does this leave binyamin netanyahu. >> yes, first tli there's no accord -- firstly there's no coordinated response. israel's major allies, the united states, britain and canada backed israel's right to defend itself. the frex have -- french have too, but deplored the civilian casualties,
FOX News
Jul 12, 2014 3:00am PDT
troops gathering at the gaza border preparing for a ground invasion there. the u.n. is split on what can be done to restore the peace. president obama says he is willing to help the two sides negotiate. >> and the last surviving member of the ramones has died ♪ ♪ >> overnight, tommy ramone the drummer and co-founder of the legendary punk band passed away. he started with johnny in new york back in 1974. inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2002. tommy suffered a long battle with cancer. tommy ramone was 62 years old. think your 20's were your best years? well, think again. because, according to esquire magazine it is age 42. the magazine ranking a-list celebrities saying this year's most alluring leading ladies are all in their 40s. ravara, cameron diaz. gabriel la union. amy polar. we wanted know what you thought. brian said yet i believe any age is perfect as long as she is happy. things are good. parody says i'm 43 and feel and look better than when i was in my 20's. two kids and two grandchildren later, it's not how you feel physically but also your emotional well-bein
MSNBC
Jul 12, 2014 3:00am PDT
a nuclear bomb that we know of since u.n. weapons inspectors carted it away in the '90s. after the first gulf war. not that suggest that they wouldn't like to build dirty bombs, but at least in this instance it doesn't appear they got what they needed. vo: you get used to pet odors in your car. you think it smells fine, but your passengers smell this... eliminate odors you've gone noseblind to for up to 30 days with the febreze car vent clip. female passenger: wow. smells good in here. vo: so you and your passengers can breathe happy. can you fix it, dad? yeah, i can fix that. (dad) i wanted a car that could handle anything. i fixed it! (dad) that's why i got a subaru legacy. (vo) symmetrical all-wheel drive plus 36 mpg. i gotta break more toys. (vo) introducing the all-new subaru legacy. it's not just a sedan. it's a subaru. >>> all right. we are not done yet. we have late developments on one of the top stories of the evening, those prospects of immigration reform getting through congress. tonight we can confirm for you there is a movement within congress to grant citizenship to at leas
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 6:00am EDT
support with muslims. they say they are stockpiling weapons underneath mosques and homes. a u.n. resolution is still not official calls for an immediate cease fire. >>> a strong earthquake rattled japan last night striking just off the coast near the crippled nuclear plant at fukushima, the 6.2 magnitude quake cause aid small tsunami but no damage is reported. an earthquake in 2011 led to damage of the nuclear reactions. people were ordered to higher ground but fortunately this quake did not worsen conditions. >>> homeland security secretary jay johnson visited shelters in new mexico. the center is housing 400 illegal immigrants, president obama and leaders are at odds on how to ease the immigration vice sunrise several groups are joining forces to get people what they need for the upcoming school year, along with feed the children get ready fest in philadelphia. some 800 families got nutritious supplies and food and shoes and warm coats. so the kids own have to focus on their school work. >> people are unemployed and people that need the extra food and can't afford the extra pe
ABC
Jul 12, 2014 5:30am EDT
. they are accused of stockpiling weapons beneath homes, and mosques and schools. a u.n. resolution is still not official calls for an immediate cease fire. >>> a strong earthquake rattled japan striking off the coast of the crippled nuclear plan of fukushima. it created a small tsunami and no damage was reported. back in 2011, a powerful quake led to the damage of the reactors. they have ordered workers to retreat to higher ground and this quake has not worsened conditions. >>> several groups have joined forces to get families what they need for the upcoming school years, jenkins and his fraternity along with feed the children hosted the get ready fest in philadelphia. some 800 families got supplies of nutritious foods, shoes and jackets so the kids could focus on their school work. >> there are people that are unemployed and can't afford the gentleman ford. >> is it doesn't take much resources. and a few partners can knock it out. and it came together fast and a lot of people jumped on board to help us. >> each family got enough food to feed a family of four for a week plus a box of househ
Al Jazeera America
Jul 12, 2014 3:00am EDT
above is an eye in the sky, in an israeli civilians balloon, perhaps in search of new targets. >>> the u.n.'s human rights chief says she is concerned israel could be breaking international rules of law. navy pilae said: . >> the number of casualtiesies is stretching medical staff and volunteers to the limit. >> i have never seen in my 30 years live in gaza, such a high level of intensity. there is more than one of our people killed, 700 injured, including civilians and women and children. this is - this is already fought too much after five days. what we as - the civilians - they must be respected. once again, civilians are trapped in the mid of a terrible conflict, increasing hours by hours. civilians should be respected, and people doing also a job for all the actors in the gaza strip should be able to access all the places in the gaza strip. this is very complex, and this should be improved. we are ready to scale up at a very substantial level of operation here in the gaza strip , so, yes, we will support the health to this tribe utes to kid, treating severely injured people and we'll
SFGTV
Jul 11, 2014 11:30pm PDT
you've done f this before we we look forward to you guys doug doing a fantastic job. the u.n. the 2020 pga champing is going to help us showcase the strongest field in prime time television that's one of the factors it cause us to come to the west coast and gives the pga of america the flexibility in an olympic year to moving our champing to another point in the golf calendar assuming we can work this on the one hand without the pga schedule. we view this partnership with the city and county of san francisco as one that is going to be very important to us in the decades of the future i want to see that this is the only venue in san francisco that the pga of america had my interest in bringing a major champing to this is the only venue we'll have discussions with we couldn't be prouder mayor ed lee and ted the reasons are simple it wasn't hard to get fired up bugs i love history and diving into the history of harding park and seeing what this place is to golf i think it totally unisolated i was contacted by two champions i want to quote them first of all, tiger woods great memories of m
FOX News
Jul 11, 2014 11:00pm PDT
is very uncertain. former u.n. ambassador john bolton joins us. good evening, sir. >> great to be here. >> how serious is this? >> i think it's serious at one level but essentially political at another. i think that chancellor merkel is playing to jerry man domestic opinion with this very public expulsion of the cia station chief. i'm not aware of anything like this ever happening before in an allied country. have a problem, want the guy removed but you do it without doing it in the press. so i think this is playing to anti-americanism and the german population. i think that's very dangerous from our point of view. i think in other sense it's her expressing her displeasure with barack obama personally. and it extends over a range issues. not just intelligence. if she wanted to low key, this she could have done it i think it's a way for her to say to obama that she is very unhappy. >> if she is motivated by anti-americanism and, of course, this whole thing her cell phone was bugged by us at one time. i mean, if she is so willing to do that over this, suppose we have another problem. sup
CSPAN
Jul 11, 2014 11:00pm EDT
iran to comply with the u.n. security council resolutions and with international norms of behavior. so these are some of the issues we are working on. a third issue would be try to open our markets overseas to u.s. exports. there is this history of deception that was shared with us by the international agencies which conduct oversight with respect to the attempts to get iran to comply with the u.n. security council resolutions and with international norms of behavior. so these are some of the issues we are working on. a third issue would be try to open our markets overseas to u.s. exports. we are in competition with china with two very different models. the united states is trying to sell the ideal of opening to trade to our exports overseas with high standards for intellectual property, high standards with respect to these issues like indigenous innovation and so forth, trying to set a standard that does not allow political pull, but instead allows the rule of law to comply. we are in competition with china, so political influence is determining at the end of the day what products can
FOX News
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
that instructed administration officials including former u.n. ambassador rice to blame an anti-islam video and in the a failure for the attack in middle east on unrest. when the e-mail was public 19 months after it was drafted. state department relied on the go-to explanation. >> and i would take notion with the idea that anybody hid any documents given the fact we produced tens of thousands of documents to congress on this. all of them there for the them to see. >> the letter at the state department spokesman told fox news tonight they contacted the chairman and ranking member of the select committee adding, quote, at the direction of the secretary of state kerry, we met with majority and minority staff how to cooperate going forward. >> thank you. >> you're welcome. >>> also developing, the iraq terror group taking the agenda to a whole new level. there's growing number of reports that isis is tacting shrines and churches. this is new video taking sledge hammers to tombs. how creepy, one reportedly belongs to the prophet jonah. they have sights on the holiest site. could it backfire? gen
MSNBC
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
that can be used to build a nuclear bomb that we know of since u.n. weapons inspecto inspectors carted it away in the '90s. not that suggest that they wouldn't like to build dirty bombs, but at least in this instance it doesn't appear they got what they needed. vo: this is the summer. the summer that summers from here on will be compared to. so get out there, and get the best price guaranteed. find it for less and we'll match it and give you $50 toward your next trip. expedia. find yours. if you don't think "feed the then you don't know "aarp". our drive to end hunger has donated 29 million meals, and counting. find more real possibilities at aarp.org/possibilities. oral-b toothbrushes aree engineered al, with end rounded bristles so brushing doesn't scratch gums and angled perfectly, to remove 90% of plaque for a healthier smile. trust the brand more dentists and hygienists use. oral-b. >> we are not done yet. we have some late developments tonight. one of the top stories of the evening, those prospects of immigration reform getting through congress. tonight we can confirm for you the
PBS
Jul 11, 2014 6:00pm PDT
the crowds. and, as the list of the dead mounted, the u.n. human rights office warned the israeli air campaign may be illegal. >> it's very specific in international law that unless the homes are being used for military purposes, in case of doubt, such homes are presumed not to be legitimate military targets. so if there is even an iota of a doubt, these are not legitimate military targets. >> woodruff: the israeli military insisted its air strikes on gaza are well thought out. >> ( translated ): we are using all our offensive abilities, not without reasoning, not without thinking, not without taking into account there are civilians in gaza. >> woodruff: and israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu insisted the military offensive against hamas will go on. >> ( translated ): no international pressure will prevent us acting with all our force against a terror organization that is calling for our destruction. we will continue to forcefully attack anyone who is trying to hurt us. we will continue to defend-- both with determination and wisdom-- our home front, the citizens of israel. >>
FOX News
Jul 11, 2014 3:00pm PDT
attacks continue here in gaza. a u.n. representative told us early are today people are starting to quote-unquote panic. that means stocking up, hoarding certain items that are in short supply. baby food. diapers. baby formula. and types of certain types much medications. all of this in anticipation of a possible ground-attack. >> john huddy live in gaza city early saturday morning. john, thank you. prime minister netanyahu will be brit hume's exclusive guest on sunday. check your local listings for times in your area. >>> up next, getting ready to sue the president of the united states. how the house prepares. first here's what's some of our fox affiliates across the country are covering tonight. fox 59 in indianapolis says a 3-year-old cancer patient is sworn in as america's youngest sheriff. he has been diagnosed with aggressive stage four neuroblastoma. i'll have surgery to remove a tumor from his abdomen. q 13 fox in seattle with efforts to control the 18,000 acre mills canyon fire. at last word it had forced more than 100 mandatory evacuations. more than 450 firefighters are working
NHK
Jul 12, 2014 7:00am JST
. >> reporter: members of the u.n. security council met to discuss the conflict. >> it is now more urgent than ever to try to find common ground for a return to calm. >> reporter: both sides made emotional appeals. >> 15 seconds. that's how much time you have to run for your life. >> reporter: israel's ambassador says no country would tolerate rocket attacks. the palestinian representative urged the security council to act. >> failing to do so, it will further diminish its own credibility and be complicit in allowing innocent children, women and men to die. >> reporter: the seeds of this latest conflict were sown last month. three israeli teens disappeared in the west bank. authorities in israel blamed hamas and launched a crackdown. hamas responded with rockets. then, after the teens turned up dead, a group of israelis allegedly kidnapped and killed a palestinian teenager out of revenge. the cycle of violence and lingering tension is familiar. the israelis sent ground troops into gaza in 2009, and they last went to war there in 2012. at this point, prime minister benjamin netanyahu is only sa
CNN
Jul 11, 2014 2:00pm PDT
and the situation. how do we do it? the good offices of president obama, john kerry, the european, the u.n., the arabs. we have a initiative. we all have all the things. and the -- what we need is not more war. what we need is really an israeli government that is willing to commit to the two state solution. the most strategic offer made by saudi arabia and united nations. this is the way out. it may sound like it's far fetched. people may hear this aren't so sure. does anyone have an alternative? is there a way out other than achieving the two state solution where the state of israel can live side by side with the state of palestinian. unfortunately up to this moment have any understanding. we accept the state of palestinian. we have two states but never at -- >> so -- >> we don't need that for the -- we know that two states and 1967. that peace process can be revived. it looks grim. as we know right now. certainly there's hope. thanks very much for joining us. >> thank you. >>> coming up from jerusalem. we're live here. what might the ceasefire agreement look like? is it even remotely pos
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